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    Complete archive, 1999-present

    2008-2009 reviews:
  • Anaïs Nin Goes To Hell
  • ANGER/NATION
  • beast: a parable
  • Blanche Survives Katrina in a FEMA Trailer Named Desire
  • Blasted
  • Buffalo Gal
  • China: The Whole Enchilada
  • The Corn Maiden
  • Crawl, Fade to White
  • Doruntine
  • Extraordinary Rendition
  • The First Breeze of Summer
  • Fringe Festival 2008
  • Fringe Festival favorites
  • The Glass Cage
  • Hair
  • Hidden Fees* (A Play About Money)
  • Jailbait
  • King of Shadows
  • The Longest Running Joke of the Twentieth Century
  • Lucasville: The Untold Story of a Prison Uprising
  • Macbeth
  • The Master Builder
  • Missa Solemnis, or The Play About Henry
  • Mourn the Living Hector
  • A Nasty Story
  • Nowadays
  • the october crisis (to laura)
  • Oresteia
  • Other Bodies
  • Prayer
  • Psalms of a Questionable Nature
  • Raised by Lesbians
  • Reasonable Doubt
  • Sleepwalk With Me
  • Small Craft Warnings
  • Something Weird . . . in the Red Room
  • Soul Samurai
  • The Sound of One Hanna Clapping
  • Southern Promises
  • The Third from the Left
  • Twelfth Night
  • Voices from Guantánamo
  • The Wendigo
  • Zombie

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    Closed Sept. 27, 2008

      Sa Ka La
    "Sa Ka La" takes place in a moment of crisis within a family when some of its members know a piece of bad news while the others have yet to hear about it. A mother has fallen . . . (more)
    Oslo Elsewhere

    Closed April 16, 2004

      The Sabbath Queen
    She descends on Hell's Kitchen with a retinue of angels and pimps, bestowing the gift of sacred sabotage. SQ reclaims Friday night with sex, soul and style, featuring a cast . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed March 19, 2004

      The Sabbath Queen
    She descends on Hell's Kitchen with a retinue of angels and pimps, bestowing the gift of sacred sabotage. SQ reclaims Friday night with sex, soul and style, featuring a cast . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed March 30, 2002

      The Sacred Virgin
    For the sin of a broken condom, she surrendered her firstborn son. His letter years later can return her to herself, or destroy her completely. By Carol Schaefer. (See details)

    Closed Aug. 16, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      Sad, Sad, Sad
    Four men in Nevada steal a newly developed bomb to kill all the unborn children in the world. Two men from Purgatory are sent to assassinate God in exchange for another shot at . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 22, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      Sailor Man
    Strong to the finnich 'cause he eats his spinach! Fists fly and blood spills in this darkly comic look at a well-known animated sailor. Startlingly violent, it's Saturday morning . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Sept. 2, 2001

      Saint Lucy's Eyes
    Ruby Dee stars in this play about "Grandma," a woman in 1968 Memphis who gives back-room abortions. (See details)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      

      Sajjil (Record)
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    What comes to mind when you hear the word "Arab"? Arab-American collective Nibras presents a theatrical testimonial woven of recorded interviews from a wide cross-section of . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      Salt Lake, a New Ballet
    Story ballet battles performance art. Fleur de Sels on a mission she cant get enough salt. Desire, sweat, obsession, blood, passion, tears, salacious . . . .salty. Nothing . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed March 8, 2004

      Same Train
    A musical/spoken word collaboration between Levy Lee Simon (Playwright), Mary Beth Easley (Director) and Mark Bruckner (Composer, Lyricist, Musical Director). SAME TRAIN is . . . (more)

    Closed March 8, 2004

      Same Train
    An exciting, multi-cultural work, which fuses song, movement, and virtuoso storytelling together with the sounds and rhythms of hip-hop, the angular improvisations of bebop, . . . (more)

    Closed Nov. 30, 2008
    (Made in Poland)

      Sandbox / The First Time
    SANDBOX/THE FIRST TIME, two one-act comedies by Michal Walczak, translated by Benjamin Paloff, part of MADE IN POLAND: A Festival of New Polish Plays. Piotr Kruszczynski directs . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 23, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      Sandy the Dandy and Charlie McGee: A Case Study in Harsh Realities
    Sandy — a self-proclaimed star-to-be with dreams as big as his debts, and Charlie — his hopelessly optimistic and peculiar companion rise to the top as they softshoe through a . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Nov. 17, 2001

      Sarcastic Passion
    Does the term "one-man show" make you cringe in horror? If so, then this is the show for you! Steve Bird1s latest "anti" one-man show brings you giggles, . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      The Savior of Fenway
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    As the Red Sox loose to the NY Yankees in the ALCS, four loyal Red Sox fans turn a blind eye to their prospective stations in life by retreating behind the cheap wood paneling of . . . (more)

    Closed March 16, 2002

      

      Scab
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    At the beginning of "Scab," Anima has hit rock bottom. An intoxicating drama queen, she is immobilized by the death of her father. Christa, her new roommate, is a straight-laced . . . (more)

    Closed April 26, 2002

      Scagnetti Wuz Not Here
    "Funnier than a goat in a wet suit." An evening of misery and nonsense starring Noah Tarnow as Curtis Scagnetti. (See details)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Scalpel
    A New York socialite stumbles across a covert government conspiracy to create a "sleeper army" of female assassins by implanting unsuspecting women with microchips during routine . . . (more)

    Opened Jan. 3, 2004

      Le Scandal
    Le Scandal (formerly the Blue Angel) has been enticing audiences since 1993 with its unique blend of neo-burlesque and vaudeville, with a touch of downtown edge and a dash of . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      Scarpette Rosse
    Italy's Teatro Cortile presents Scarpette Rosse, a dramatic portrait of the unbelievable life Latin-American street kids endure. Chased and often killed by special killer gangs . . . (more)

    Closed March 22, 2003

      

      Scattergood
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    Closed May 17, 2003

      Scenes from a Wake
    Bordering on the surreal, Scenes from a Wake is a comedy set in a funeral parlor, though it is not particularly "about" the awkwardness of death or a collection of funeral . . . (more)
    Prester John Productions

    Closed Aug. 22, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      Schoenberg
    A comedy about the friendship between genius composer Arnold Schoenberg and Hollywood funny-man Oscar Levant, set in Los Angeles during World War II. "Humorous and heady!" says . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      School for Salomes
    Oscar Wilde's Salome premiered in Paris. Soon after, the vaudeville circuit was full of Salomes, thrusting fleshy thighs at papier-mache heads of John the Baptist. By 1908, a . . . (more)

    Closed Dec. 11, 2001

      

      The Scientists
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    What's it like inside someone else's mind? That's the question asked by "The Scientists." Colophon Heavy Industries, a research lab and manufacturer of the . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed May 23, 2002

      Scotty the Blue Bunny Is Pink on the Inside
    HIS DREAM TO BE THE FIRST GAY CHARACTER ON STAR TREK, THE COMPLETE LYRICS OF INKA DINKA DO, AND THE ONE ABOUT THE RABBIT, THE BEAR AND THE GOLDEN FROG! SCOTTY THE BLUE BUNNY . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      Scrape The Actors' Lab
    Go behind the scenes with a lesbian obsessed with an under-aged stripper, an under-aged stripper who dreams of being a star, two hookers dishing the dirt on money making moves, . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 17, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      Scratch
    Oh, go ahead and kill your kids. It's stimulating, gratifying, and a great way to get back at your unfaithful hubby. Scratch is a dark comedic adaptation of Medea. We're . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed June 1, 2003

      Screaming in the Wilderness
    "The media makes up stories so that we are entertained, but never have to face any truths; religious institutions are corporations with a product to sell. We're left to wander . . . (more)
    Emerging Artists Theatre Company (EAT)

    Closed June 8, 2002

      The Screaming Series
    Two nights of performance, poetry, music, dance and short plays. An eclectic array of the many and varied talents of Screaming Venus. The lineup includes: Comic stylings by . . . (more)

    Closed Nov. 12, 2003

      The Search For My Inner Latina
    What happens when someone wants to embrace their ethnic identity, but doesn't know how? When pop culture has appropriated the best of your own cultural diversity, packaged it . . . (more)

    Closed Nov. 9, 2003

      SeaScape with Sharks and Dancer
    SeaScape with Sharks and Dancer takes place in an isolated beach house on Cape Cod. When Ben rescues Tracy from her attempted suicide in the ocean, an immediate . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      Second Amendment Club
    A troubled high school student in Winnetka, Illinois examines his life on the eve of committing an act of violence upon his school. A jarring and controversial look at suburban . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      Secret Deliriums Of A Rented Mind
    Three oversexed tenants of landlord laptopism abuse each other, desperate to fill their voids — with no patience left, but glimpses of revelation. Furious song and dance under . . . (more)

    Closed Dec. 22, 2002

      The Secret Hunter
    Based on a true story, The Secret Hunter is an exciting and often hilarious drama about a family's journey to become whole. Learning to let go of who they thought they were, . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Dec. 29, 2002

      

      The Secret of Steep Ravines
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    Every child has a secret place under the stairs where her imagination flies. In "The Secret of Steep Ravines," a young girl tucked away in an old family house voyages beyond her . . . (more)

    Closed April 28, 2002

      The Secret Order
    When a brilliant young researcher discovers a major breakthrough in the fight against cancer, he is thrust into the highest corridors of science. As the pressure for prizes and . . . (more)

    Closed Dec. 21, 2009

      The Secret Santa Show
    Burlesque: in a world where 'getting ready for work' can involve two-foot-high wigs, strategically-placed tassels and up to seven pounds of loose glitter, 'decorating for the . . . (more)
    Sweet & Nasty Burlesque

    Closed Aug. 23, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      Secrets of Lamp Lit Blinds: Three One Acts by Jason Williamson
    Why did the preacher cross the road? To get to the fresh, feisty widow on the other side. This and other tales of death, redemption and voyeurism in "Secrets of Lamplit . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Sept. 7, 2008

      The Seduction of Edgar Degas
    Edgar Degas did not start out painting dancers, there was a dancer who was the first, who was the reason that he spent the rest of his life painting the ballet. Eugenie Fiocre . . . (more)

    Closed Jan. 25, 2002

      seductions
    An anthology circus of Dead,Men,Women,Masks,Ballerinas,Feminine Conspiracies and much more (See details)

    Closed Aug. 17, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      See How Beautiful I Am: The Return of Jackie Susann
    Sex, drugs and the showbiz fairytale of Jacqueline Susann, author of the original trashy blockbuster VALLEY OF THE DOLLS. A wise-cracking, acclaimed one-person kitsch comedy . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      

      Seeing Each Other: A (re)Visionary Blind Date
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    Two women meet for a blind date. When things don't progress as they had hoped, they get to try again. And again. Until they get it right. Thanks to an all-knowing waiter and his . . . (more)

    Closed May 12, 2002

      Seguiriya, The Heart Beats
    A Flamenco Butoh ritual drama conceived and directed by Shigeko Suga. Seguiriya is an Andalucian Flamenco rhythm that is a part of more dramatic melodies leading to the sound of . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 23, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      Self-Portrait as Schiele
    Warning: this show contains nudity, sexual situations, foul language, and may cause dizziness, rash, or other uncomfortable side effects. Mdchen, a young American artist, . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      Selling Out
    Sexy blood-stained Disney representatives pounding down your door. Shakespeare trapped in graduate school. And NYC's most terrifying actor showcase yet. All in, Selling Out a new . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      Sennentuntschi
    My Fair Lady meets Silence of the Lambs. Based on a classic Swiss legend, three bored, lonely shepherds create a "Sennentuntschi," a female doll in their hut in the Swiss Alps, . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Oct. 24, 2004

      Senpo Sugihara: The Japanese Schindler
    The true story of a courageous Japanese man who risked all to save thousands of Jews during the Holocaust Senpo Sugihara, a Japanese drama written by Koichi Hiraishi, will . . . (more)

    Closed April 27, 2002

      The Service Project
    An evening of short plays that examines what it means to serve. Inspired in part by the explosion of service seen in the days following the September 11th tragedy. Among the . . . (more)

    Closed April 20, 2002

      

      The Set Up, the Stakeout and the Fifty-Pound Prosciutto
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    On the cusp of her 25th birthday, Jane is desperate to lose her virginity, in this modern twist on the fast-talking screwball comedies of the 1940s. It's up to her best friends, . . . (more)

    Closed Feb. 26, 2004

      The Seven Husbands of Harriet Goldberg
    Who is Harriet Goldberg? a remarkable, adventurous, spiritual, romantic woman, ostensibly in a coma from a boating accident, who still has charisma and mystical power — . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Dec. 13, 2009

      Seven in One Blow, or the Brave Little Kid
    Adapted from the classic fairy tale by The Brothers Grimm, this interactive winter play with music is conceived by Axis Company and directed by Randy Sharp featuring . . . (more)
    Axis Company

    Closed March 16, 2003

      Seven/Eleven Convenience Theatre
    Seven Writers. Given 11 Minutes. And a Convenience Store. Director Ashok Sinha weaves together stimulating and entertaining works that challenge, defy and redefine . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed June 16, 2002
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      The 7th of October
    A frank look at the insidious nature of intolerance, The 7th of October shatters preconceptions about homophobia. When a gay steelworker comes out to his coworkers on a . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 21, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      Sex, Cellulite and Large Farm Equipment: One Girls Guide To Living and Dying
    River Huston draws on her experiences as a marijuana farmer, armed robber, dominatrix, living with two terminal illnesses, moving to the country and financial ruin. If youve had . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed July 28, 2001

      Sex Ed
    Red-hot from the critically acclaimed hit "Circle," Suzanne Bachner brings us the dark comedy "Sex Ed." "Sex Ed": words that bring back the quirky . . . (more)

    Closed May 3, 2004

      Sex in Other People's Houses
    Raucous comedy about sex and marriage in South Asian households. Written by Sonia Pabley and directed by Ashok Sinah, SEX IN OTHER PEOPLE'S HOUSES concerns two young South Asian . . . (more)

    Closed Feb. 9, 2003
    (HA! Comedy Fest)

      Sex Lives of Superheroes
    Emmy-nominated actress Eden Riegel plays the damsel-in-distress in this modern fairy tale, a comedy about Michael, who, like any great superhero, has a secret identity. By day . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Sex Myths
    Sex Myths is a love-story and a journey of self-discovery set in the mythical past. It is a fantastical story of love delayed and love denied and how two individuals contend with . . . (more)

    Closed June 27, 2004

      Sex*But
    Featuring The Last Sunday in June's Matthew Wilkas, Strangers With Candy's Jack Ferver & Edge of Seventeen's Anderson Gabrych Inspired by the 1969 #1 National bestseller . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Sextuple Indemnity
    Amanda Shephard is a sassy, modern female detective in a film noir world. When a handsome client walks into her office, she finds herself thrust into a crazy, gender-bending . . . (more)

    Closed April 28, 2002

      Shakespeare Unplugged -- The History Cycle
    Twenty-two actors play over 130 roles in the rotating repertory performances of Shakespeare's history plays "Richard II," Henry IV, part I" and "Henry IV, Part . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed March 9, 2003

      

      Shanghai Moon
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    Official site

    Closed Oct. 30, 2003

      The Shark Show
    THE SHARK SHOW, the Garment District's #1 comedy-variety show, brings an early Halloween to the PIT . . . barely. Tired of wearing a costume only two nights a . . . (more)
    Shark Show

    Closed Jan. 15, 2003

      The Shark Show
    Hello SHARK fans and welcome to an exciting new year of comedy, variety and entertainment. THE SHARK SHOW wants you to join us in ringing in this jolly good new year with high . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Sharky's Den of Sunken Pleasure
    Deep in the crevices of the reef, Sharky and his bevy of aquatic marvels aim to please. A vacationing fish on a slippery slope makes waves when she crashes Sharky s dive. . . . (more)

    Closed April 26, 2002

      Shauna's World
    Join your host Shauna Lane, live from her bedroom (actually, a shared room in a mental institution) as Shauna and co-host Bex create a fantasy universe in which they welcome . . . (more)

    Closed Jan. 25, 2002

      Shauna's World
    Join your host Shauna Lane, live from her bedroom (actually, a shared room in a mental institution) as Shauna and co-host Bex create a fantasy universe in which they welcome . . . (more)

    Closed Dec. 28, 2001

      Shauna's World
    Rock and Roll Comedy featuring your host, Shauna Lane, and the in-house girl band Hot Little Pieces of Ass A Very Special Shaunas World — -Will in-house band Hot Little . . . (more)

    Closed Nov. 30, 2001

      Shauna's World
    Rock and Roll Comedy featuring your host, Shauna Lane, and the in-house girl band Hot Little Pieces of Ass Shaunas Tofurkey World — -Thats right, we said TOFURKEY! Host . . . (more)

    Closed Oct. 5, 2008
    (New York Musical Theatre Festival 2008)

      She Can’t Believe She Said That!
    She Can't Believe She Said That! recounts the true story of talk show hostess Kathie Lee Gifford over thirty years, creating an identity out of thin air to achieve national . . . (more)

    Closed Dec. 30, 2009

      She Like Girls
    Inspired by true events, She Like Girls, follows the story of Kia Clark, a black teen, as she struggles with brutal self-discovery in the face of a non-accepting, insular . . . (more)

    Closed April 27, 2003

      

      She Stoops to Comedy
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    A farcical gender-bending boulevard romp, SHE STOOPS TO COMEDY is a play-within-a-play about an actress (Greenspan) who schemes to woo back her estranged lover (Copeland) by . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Sherlock Holmes and the Secret of Making Whoopee Ii: the Houdini Incident
    Sherlock Holmes' creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle investigates a real life murder while preparing for a visit from the legendary escape artist Harry Houdini in this dark comedy . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      Sherlock Holmes and The Secret of Making Whoopee
    Ever have one of those days when you can't catch a serial killer and your sidekick won't stop bitching and the cocaine's almost gone? Sherlock Holmes did. See the master . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      Shifts of Focus
    In a restaurant without customers, two managers struggle to write a dramatic masterpiece with only a game of chess to inspire them. Their employees, armed only with their . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Shirtwaist
    A New York firefighter answers a false alarm and stumbles across a hallucinating scientist, five singing ghosts and a distant tragedy — the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist fire in . . . (more)

    Closed March 24, 2002

      Shopping and Fucking
    Mark Ravenhill's critically acclaimed 1996 play centers around a comic on-again, off-again love triangle involving three dispossessed young people: Mark, a cocaine addicted . . . (more)

    Closed April 28, 2002

      The Short, Violent Life of Margie Good
    "The Short, Violent Life of Margie Good" by Jimmy Camicia harkens back to his childhood days in a small New Jersey Town. It is a realistic drama, set in 1960, about gossip and . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 17, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      SHOTS: A LOVE STORY
    HER, HER AGAIN, and HER ONCE MORE are beaten to a bloody pulp by HIM . . . repeatedly. Direct from two sold out runs in the Phoenix desert, SHOTS is an addictive, assaulting and . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Nov. 18, 2003

      The Show Might Go On
    Based on the novel of the same name by Roger Bowen, a founding member of both the Compass and Second City troupes in Chicago, THE SHOW MIGHT GO ON loosely recounts the birth of . . . (more)

    Closed April 28, 2004

      Showing the Strings
    Three short works from theTrinity/LaMaMa Performing Arts Program. A cowboy, an orphan, and an insomniac storm The Club at La MaMa with three original solo performance pieces . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Shredders
    This comedy is about two document shredders and their search for meaning amidst the flow of corporate communications. Shredders is the inaugural production of the newly formed . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      The Shrew Sketch
    A 1950's television comedy writing team creates "The Taming of the Shrew" as if Shakespeare never wrote it. A farce that turns dark, and asks: "Is Petruchio charming or . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2001

      Shut Up and Love Me
    Karen Finley redefines "Summer Lovin'" as she presents her own histrionic version of "On the Road". She deconstructs the Electra complex, skewers . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      Si La Gente Quieren Comer Carne Que La Damos Carne A Comer: If The People Want To Eat Meat, Let Them Eat Meat, The Remarkable Story Of My Brother
    Two-time Best In FringeNYC Winner explores the life of his Cuban-American brother, from overweight juvenile delinquent to gangster to professional tri-athlete, portraying 15 . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      Sic
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    Sic McGraw is an actor who dies well, in fact he's the greatest "die-er" that ever lived ... until he has to confront his own death. Part of a new wave of exciting . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 31, 2002

      Sick With Lust: Fire Island Tales
    Fuses elements of performance art, disco-funk, gay literature, and audio installation of actual sounds of Fire Island. The two sexy, provocative stories, which comprise the . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Sides...the Fear Is Real
    For over TWO years, we have been entertaining literally DOZENS of people in the immediate New York Metropolitan area. Some have traveled from as far as 125th Street to see our . . . (more)

    Closed Sept. 29, 2001

      Signals of Distress
    A new adaptation of Jim Crace's novel about an American ship and its passengers who are stranded in an isolated village on England's desolate northern coast in 1830. Performed by . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      Sin-Agog
    Backrubs. Flatulence. Karaoke. Random Anonymous Unusual Sex. A provocative romp that not only asks the question, "What would Jesus do?" but dares to answer it. Check out . . . (more)

    Closed June 15, 2004

      Sincerely, L. Cohen
    A collage of the songs and writings of Leonard Cohen. In 1986, Leonard Cohen appeared at Medicine Show's staging of his songs, and gave Medicine Show additional material . . . (more)

    Closed April 5, 2003

      Sinfully Rich
    Five short comedies by Rich Orloff. In Sinfully Rich, relationships are difficult for a job seeker with an irrepressible "thing," a theatre professor with an . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      The Situation Room
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    A darkly comic, eminently rational answer to a CIA memo re: releasing firebomb-fitted bats over enemy enclaves — "pro-us, anti-them, right?" An eternal bureaucratic cycle of . . . (more)

    Closed Dec. 15, 2002

      

      The Situation Room
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    "Bats retire during daylight. Incendiaries ignite by timers and start fires." So reads a recently de-classified 1963 CIA memo describing an absurd experiment — ever wonder . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Sketch Comedy for Dummies
    Belly achingly funny sketch comedy exists in a Toronto trio called Todd's Lunch (Monday Magazine, Victoria) Last year's winner for best comedy at the Victoria Fringe is out again . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      Skin Around the Earth
    Ten years marooned on Lemnos Island, Philoctetes grows strong from his wound. He seduces and ensnares the Greeks who return to retrieve him for the Trojan War. Island Magic . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      A Slant of Sun
    When her son is diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Beth begins the journey to help him find his way into the world. Her story of determination and strength is a . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Slavery
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    Based on the 1930s interviews of aging former slaves by the Federal Writers Project. SLAVERY is a combination of oral and musical traditions creating a rich palette of powerful, . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      The Sleep Chronicles
    The musical journey of Orlando Chaos; lost, stressed, wired, adrift in an urban fog. Trolling East Village Cafes in search of something, anything to wake his sorry ass up. His . . . (more)

    Closed July 30, 2001

      The Sleepers & Five Frozen Embryos
    "The Sleepers" is about two young men who meet to masturbate. "Five Frozen Embryos" depicts two young women and a debate over body politics and naked children. (See details)

    Closed June 7, 2009

      

      Sleepwalk With Me
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    In his theatrical debut, comedian Mike Birbiglia takes the audience on a hysterically funny and intensely personal journey through his struggles with sleepwalking and his . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      Slice of Life Number 99
    A young kitchen knife saleswoman is plagued by violent dreams. She videotapes her nightmares and they become a source of fascination/terror, breaking up the self-propelled . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 10, 2004

      A Slight Ache
    Harold Pinter's A Slight Ache originally surfaced to great acclaim in 1960 in a production the NY World Telegram and Sun cited as "the most unusual play Off-Broadway." . . . (more)
    Cellar Door Theater Company

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Slut
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    Adam has slept with every girl in NYC but never loved one until now. Raucous, witty, profound and profane, Slut is a story of love and loss, friends and fame, raspberry . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Oct. 12, 2002

      Slut
    a fast, funny, moving portrait of three souls grappling with the glory and chaos of their 20s — a raucous journey complete with singing, dancing, screwing, drinking and the . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Oct. 5, 2008

      

      Small Craft Warnings
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    Set in a seaside bar on the coast of Southern California in the early 1970s, "Small Craft Warnings" offers a glimpse into the lives of the regulars who inhabit the bar as . . . (more)
    White Horse

    Closed Nov. 15, 2001

      Small Craft Warnings
    Tennessee Williams' "Small Craft Warnings" introduces us to nine colorful characters who patronize Monk's Place, a beachront bar in a small coastal Southern California . . . (more)

    Closed April 21, 2002

      Smalltimore
    A comedic cabaret piece of sketches and music with writers and artists from Baltimore, dwelling on the culture of small industrial cities, curated and directed by Raine Bode. (See details)

    Closed Nov. 3, 2001
    (New Work / New World series)

      Smashing
    21-year-old Abby, globe-trotting daughter of a New York literary lion, discovers she is the undisguised subject of a sexy and scathing best-seller written by her former lover. By . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      Snap Happy
    A young schizophrenic wants to heal the world, but his family just wants to heal him. A chorus of rollerskaters and breakdancers set to original music help to paint this . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      Snapshot
    Sex. Booze. Bad Catholics. A writer remembers the defiant aunt who inspired her to escape her implosive blue-collar family. She knows now some things aren't for children, but . . . (more)

    Closed Sept. 6, 2001

      

      Snatches
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    "Snatches" uses verbatim portions of the uncensored transcripts of those now-legendary taped conversations between the dynamic duo of Monica Lewinsky and Linda Tripp, . . . (more)

    Closed Feb. 12, 2005

      Sniper
    Before Columbine, before the Texas Bell Tower, there was a teenager in Upstate New York who took the lives of innocent people in his hometown. This is the basis for . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Dec. 20, 2009

      So Help Me God!
    Mint Theater Company invites you to its second offering of the season, So Help Me God! by Maurine Dallas Watkins (the author of Chicago, the play upon which the musical is . . . (more)
    Mint Theater Company

    Closed Nov. 10, 2002

      Soar Like an Eagle
    World premiere of a new musical. "Soar Like An Eagle," with book by Adam Dick and music and lyrics by Paul Dick, is a musical "Romeo and Juliet"-style love story, which moves . . . (more)

    Closed Jan. 11, 2003

      

      A Soldier's Death
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    A soldier is dying. What war is he fighting? Whose side is he on? These questions are never answered. But as he hovers between life and death, he is visited in spirit by his . . . (more)

    Closed Nov. 23, 2002

      A Soldier's Death
    A soldier is dying. What war is he fighting? Whose side is he on? These questions are never answered. But as he hovers between life and death, he is visited in spirit by his . . . (more)

    Closed Oct. 31, 2008

      

      Something Weird . . . in the Red Room
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    Sir Sheever by Benjamin Spiro Aenigma by Sean Gill Directed & Choreographed by Rachel Klein "Sir Sheever" is a creepy, comedic one act about a demented heiress who forms . . . (more)

    Closed Jan. 27, 2002

      Songs for Stage
    A composer symposium/cabaret, showcasing works from composers who write specifically for the theater. Features works by Deirdre Brodrick, Jesse Gelber and Brian Glover. (See details)

    Closed Jan. 25, 2002

      Sonnets for an Old Century
    SONNETS FOR AN OLD CENTURY examines what it means to be alive at this particular time and place and what traces each of us will leave behind. In a series of exquisitely . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      Sopranos!
    Leave your opera glasses at home — this is opera for a new generation! Sopranos! bridges the gap between a night at the Met and Saturday Night Live! No classical pre-requisites . . . (more)

    Closed March 15, 2009

      

      Soul Samurai
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    Ma-Yi Theater Company in association with Vampire Cowboys Theatre Company, will present the world premiere production of "SOUL SAMURAI," written by Qui Nguyen and directed by . . . (more)

    Closed Feb. 24, 2002

      Sound of the Sun
    A theatrical installation by Arthur Maximillian Adair, inspired by an ancient Aztec Myth. It tells the story of a world in which the sun has refused to rise. Performed by . . . (more)

    Closed Nov. 29, 2002

      Soundtrack City
    Yuri Lane's beatbox journey through New York and the Middle East.A sonic journey through the different neighborhoods of New York and beyond. (See details)
    Official site

    Closed Oct. 24, 2004

      

      The Soup Comes Last
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    They were invited to China to mount a musical about two people caught in the middle of a culture clash and ended up in the middle of one themselves. It's 1997 and intrepid . . . (more)
    Kitchen Theatre Co.

    Closed Dec. 21, 2008

      The Sourdough Philosophy Circus & Pageant
    For the 37th year, Peter Schumann's Bread and Puppet Theater will return to Theater for the New City December 4 to 21, 2008 with two new works, one for adults and one for . . . (more)
    Bread and Puppet Theater

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Southern Gothic Novel
    One actor hilariously performs twenty citizens of Aberdeen, Mississippi, a Twin Peaks-ish town of secrets and mystery. When Viola Haygood is kidnapped, everyones got motive, . . . (more)

    Closed Sept. 27, 2008

      

      Southern Promises
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    When the master of the plantation dies, he wills his slaves to be freed, but his wife doesn't think that good property should be squandered. Pandemonium ensues. The play pulls . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Southside
    WhatUpYo? Productions offers the NYC premier of writer-performer Dee Bolos's solo show Southside. Southside offers a distinctly female perspective on life in Chicago's . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      Spanked!
    From "Don't spank me, Daddy!" to "Yeah! Slap that ass!" boyfriends Ian & Aaron trace how Dad shaped their search for the gorgeous, gay soul mate of their wet dreams. "A weirdly . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      Speak!
    Words . . . Truth . . . You are commanded to appear . . . peer into the courtroom of your mind. Passion. Prison. Perfection. Your failure to obey . . . (more)

    Closed April 26, 2004

      Speaking in Tongues
    Eliza Jane cashed in her assets, quit a lucrative job on an Emmy-winning sitcom and set off on a cross-country scientific journey to study dialects in a second-hand . . . (more)

    Closed Dec. 1, 2002

      Spectacle of Spectacles: The Clairvoyant Cabaret
    A musical variety show about mystic vaudeville. A traveling clairvoyant show has hit a snag and must replace its star, a celebrity psychic. The show depicts the auditions and . . . (more)

    Closed Feb. 3, 2002

      Speed Hedda
    A fractured version of Ibsen's "Hedda Gabler," performed by Fabulous Monsters, a gender-bending troupe from L.A. (See details)

    Closed Jan. 25, 2003

      Spies in the Stacks
    Danger. Desire. Dewey Decimal. 1962. New York City. After the Cuban Missle Crisis, the FBI tries to recruit librarian Pearl Plotnick to divulge the secrets of her patrons in . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      Spiritual Dyspepsia
    Madeleinea stressed-out, fast-talking New Yorkeris sent on a weekend spiritual retreat for her 30th birthday. Her frustration with the modern spiritual world leads to a . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 22, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      SPITE
    Five strangers. One inheritance. Infinite possibilities. People become pawns in a spiteful game of everyone for themselves in this serio-comedy. Witness how greed, self-worth, . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed April 27, 2002

      Spurn
    A savagely funny look at love, family, sex, rejection and loneliness. Spurn is an ongoing series of sketches and one-acts that portray the cruelty of everyday life with . . . (more)

    Closed Dec. 15, 2001

      Spurn
    Spurn is a collection of vignettes that examines rejection in all its forms. Spurn resides in a world where love is worse than death, childhood is worse than love, and men with . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Nov. 18, 2001

      

      The Square
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    Sixteen short plays about the Asian-American experience in the U.S. from the Civil War to present day. "The Square" is set in and around a square in New York's . . . (more)

    Closed Dec. 16, 2001

      Square One
    Some years have passed since an unspecified national disaster. Dianne and Adam dont even mention it when they meet on a park bench in Steve Tesichs SQUARE ONE and, finding . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Jan. 26, 2003

      Sss-t-o-n-e-ddd
    The second installment from theatrical/visual artist Arthur Maximillian Adair's seven part series of performance pieces entitled "Essays on Fireworks." The series is devoted to . . . (more)

    Closed July 12, 2003

      

      St. Scarlet
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    Written by Julia Jordan, who will have four plays produced in the 2003-2004 season, St. Scarlet centers around Rose, Ruby and Seamus Cummins, three siblings trapped by the . . . (more)
    Women's Expressive Theater

    Closed March 10, 2002

      St. Valentine and the Wildebeest
    Four offbeat urban individuals find love in the park on Valentine's Day. Desperate for a Valentine's Day babysitter, house husband Irvin Howe invites gothic stranger Ernie . . . (more)

    Closed Jan. 19, 2003

      Stable
    The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts presents Claude Wampler's STABLE part 10 of her ongoing "Stupidity Project." The piece includes both gallery exhibition . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      Stagedive
    6 years in the slammer 5 naughty school girls 4 endangered species 3 cans of beer 2 supervillains 1 Lord and Saviour 85minutes of pure pleasure. (1hr25min) (See details)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Staggering Toward America
    One man's post-9/11 journey across the country. Los Angeles based Rik Reppe presents a rich tapestry of characters, ordinary citizens look for the meaning of America. "Hilarious . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      Stalking Christopher Walken
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    You are Christopher Walken. You're asleep. What are you thinking? This movement theatre dreamscape serves up a hot slice from the subconscious mind of acclaimed actor and . . . (more)

    Closed June 8, 2002

      Standard of the Breed
    First produced in 1988 in Los Angeles, "STANDARD OF THE BREED" centers on 24 hours in the life of Jack, a blackjack dealer and enthusiastic breeder of English Mastiffs. When . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      

      Star
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    A Marlene Dietrich-obsessed blonde Jewish model uses sex and her Aryan looks to survive Nazi Germany, ultimately turning in fellow Jews to the Gestapo. Explores the banality of . . . (more)

    Closed Dec. 16, 2001

      Star Messengers
    A new music-theater work written and directed by Paul Zimet and composed by Ellen Maddow, about two scientists — Galileo Galilei and Johannes Kepler — who changed our view of . . . (more)

    Closed Nov. 18, 2001

      The Star Play
    When a star falls from the sky in search of true love, she soon realizes what it means to be human and has her heart broken. Its up to two whimsical sprites to make things . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      Starfuckers!
    STARFUCKERS! "Breaks new farcical ground!" raves the Boston Globe. Award-winning actor/writer John Kuntz delves into the muck and mayhem of celebrity, showbiz, and wounded . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      STARS IN A DARK SKY
    Hopes, fears and courage. Join Hans and Sophie Scholl inside WWII Germany as they turn from forced service in Hitler Youth to organizing student resistance against Nazi . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Feb. 29, 2004

      States of Shock
    Written in response to the Gulf War, Sam Shepard's rarely performed States of Shock is a razor sharp commentary on the casualties of war. More potent today then ever, given the . . . (more)
    White Horse Theater Co.

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      The Statue
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    W ho will own Manhattan in fifty years? The Statue offers a satirical "peek behind the velvet rope" at platinum bridge permits, smoking licenses, the future of retro . . . and . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      Sticky Like A Frog
    Sticky Like a Frog spins a waking dream from the words of girls and elder women. The depth of language and thought, movement and images, are beautiful, surprising and you are . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      Sticky Rice Queen
    Sticky Rice Queen is a multimedia one-man show dealing with Asians identity crises in the gay world. Among the characters is the Dragon Lady, Chelsea Gym Queen, Karaoke Lover, . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      Still
    In 1997, a quirky woman gave birth to a baby girl who was already dead. From Chicago's Live Bait Theater, Still "reveal(s) the strength and beauty that can grow out of such an . . . (more)

    Opened Aug. 7, 2003

      A Stoop on Orchard Street
    Inspired by a visit to The Lower East Side Tenement Museum, Jay Kholos' A Stoop On Orchard Street is a new musical that brings to life the colorful and often trying world that . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      Stopping the World
    Can You Feel it? The World is ready for an adventure . . . It is time to take a leap of faith into the future. It is time to enter the earth's wide open mouth of . . . (more)

    Closed Oct. 18, 2004

      Stories on 5 Stories
    5-minute works written especially for the event to take place in non-traditional, behind-the-scenes locations throughout the theater's 5-story headquarters. Veanne Cox, Saidah . . . (more)

    Opened Dec. 10, 2003

      The Story
    When issues of racial expectations in the media are involved, can you ever tell the real story? In Tracey Scott Wilson's new play, an ambitious black newspaper reporter . . . (more)

    Closed April 27, 2002

      Straight Jacket & Tie
    When does one become an adult? At what point is it time to find a job where you dont have to wear an apron? Which aisle is the best for meeting women at the grocery store? . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Sept. 28, 2004

      Straight On 'Til Morning
    Directed by Jude Domski, STRAIGHT ON 'TIL MORNING transforms the pirates and lost boys of J. M. Barrie's PETER PAN into the artists, hipsters, slackers, poseurs and . . . (more)

    Closed Oct. 12, 2002

      Straight-Jacket
    Gay movie star Guy Stone falls in love with his male screenwriter in this brilliantly funny and incisive satire of 50s Hollywood and hypocrisy. Rock Hudson anyone? (See details)

    Closed Aug. 23, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      STRANGE ATTRACTOR
    A Theatrical Showcase of Magic and Mystery — Willy Wonka meets Hitchcock! Witness extraordinary phenomena! Partake in mindreading, teleporting, and other interactive feats with . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Strange News From Another Planet
    World War Whatever continues for the umpteenth year. Two travelers drop from the skies in search of universal peace. Chaos and power chords ensue in this rock musical loosely . . . (more)

    Closed Dec. 22, 2001

      The Stranger
    Gripping and unrelenting, this emotionally charged World War II spy classic created by Orson Welles is presented by DMTheatrics in a form closer to that which Welles . . . (more)

    Closed April 27, 2002

      Strangerhorse
    This new dark comedy explores issues of race, homophobia, class, ethics and morality. Set against the contemporary backdrop of New York City, "Strangerhorse" centers on Zach, . . . (more)

    Closed March 2, 2003

      A Street Corner Pierrot
    A performance piece by Terrell Robinson portraying a once-successful and accomplished dancer who wanders the streets of New York missing the years of a life once lived, . . . (more)

    Closed May 11, 2002

      Street Theater
    STREET THEATER focus on a panorama of drags, dykes, leathermen, flower children, vice cops and cruisers; the innocent and not-so-innocent Christopher Street bystanders who . . . (more)

    Closed March 30, 2002

      Stretchmarx Band-stravaganza
    Experience the double-edged sword of Dionysian revelry. (See details)

    Closed March 29, 2002

      Striptease
    A Polish play involving the gradual disrobing of onstage characters & a giant hand. (See details)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      Studio
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    A nude sculpture — how is it made? The Model -what does she feel, see? The Sculptor -how does he work, observe? The Studio — how does it sound, vibrate, look? "STUDIO" . . . (more)

    Closed June 7, 2009

      The Success of Failure (or, the Failure of Success)
    Over the course of several years, St. Ann’s Warehouse has fostered the development of Cynthia Hopkins’ highly acclaimed Accidental Trilogy, in which the New York-based artist . . . (more)

    Closed Feb. 28, 2004

      

      Suitcase, or Those that Resemble Flies From a Distance
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    Dissertations go nowhere objects get found boyfriends won't get lost love is somewhere (See details)
    Soho Repertory Theatre

    Closed Aug. 12, 2001
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      Summer Camp 7
    Soho Repertory Theatre's seventh annual festival of original works by new and emerging playwrights. Week 1, July 25-28: "10 Minute Play Series". Seven new short . . . (more)

    Opened July 8, 2004

      The Summer They Stopped Making 'Ludes
    From the creator of MONO and Mambo Quasimodo, Steven Tanenbaum and Another Urban Riff Productions (AUR) comes the hottest 'coming of age' story of the summer, The Summer They . . . (more)
    Another Urban Riff

    Closed Aug. 25, 2002
    (Fringe Festival 2002)

      The Sun Rises in the East
    Unexpectedly taking 20 hits of acid. Witnessing the events of 9/11. Transformative possibilities indeed! In this ritual performance, a satin setting is created to lasso absurd, . . . (more)

    Closed Jan. 29, 2005

      Sunrize Highway Live From New York
    "Sunrize blends the familiar (tattered show tunes) with the unfamiliar (tales of woe and whimsy) to become something more exciting in this town: the freshest, most . . . (more)

    Closed Nov. 29, 2009

      The Supper Club of Lost Causes
    Certain small, old towns of the Northeast are full of time warps. People crossing the street can seem like they sprang from decades past and certain buildings are forgotten . . . (more)

    Closed July 14, 2002

      Supper's Ready & A Naked Date
    Two one-act plays: "A Naked Date" touches on the perils of being young, single and perplexed in the country's largest city; while "Supper's Ready" involves the comically . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      Surface: The Absurdist Biography of Uncle Phil
    Uncle Phil wrote bad poetry. Uncle Phil was crazy. Uncle Phil was dangerous. I loved Uncle Phil. No one's sure if he's dead or alive, but with a big stick and a butter knife, . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      The Survival Revival
    Join the flock of Cecil B. Hollister, the Pastor of Disaster, the Reverend of Revolution for an hour of music and miracles. They'll show you how to survive Armageddon and be . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Suspect !
    SUSPECT! The suspect is La Contessa Nerona, a Victorian woman of mystery. Is she a cold-blooded murderer . . . or herself a victim? A team of detectives at Scotland Yard presents . . . (more)

    Closed Dec. 1, 2002

      

      The Sweepers
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    Set in Boston at the climax of World War II, THE SWEEPERS plunges into the humorous and often touching world of three women, their families and the Italian-American traditions . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed May 5, 2002

      

      The Sweepers
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    Set in Boston at the climax of World War II, THE SWEEPERS plunges into the humorous and often touching world of three women, their families and the Italian-American traditions . . . (more)

    Closed Dec. 20, 2009

      Sweet Karma
    Starring OBIE Award-winning actor JoJo Gonzales (The Romance of Magno Rubio, Law & Order), SWEET KARMA is a powerful and haunting new play, based on true events, about a complex . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      Sweet Ugly
    The estro tribe (recipients of FringeNYC 2000's "Audience Favorite" award) presents SWEET UGLY, a macabre deconstruction of Jack the Ripper's murderous obsession with women. . . . (more)

    Closed Dec. 19, 2009

      Swimming to Spalding
    Following the map of experience described in Spalding Gray's masterpiece Swimming to Cambodia nearly a generation ago, SWIMMING TO SPALDING recounts one performer’s pilgrimage . . . (more)

    Closed April 21, 2002

      Swimming with Watermelons
    A new music-theater piece about the romance between a young Japanese woman and an American GI during the post-World War II American occupation of Japan — with a score of 20 hit . . . (more)

    Closed July 28, 2001
    (Ice Factory '01)

      Switch
    The life of '60s radical singer/composer Phil Ochs and the ancient narrative of Cain and Abel, as processed through the Rattazzi Bros.' unique Theatrical Matrix. (See details)

    Closed June 15, 2002
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      Sybil & Zero to Life
    The Scene is proud to announce a double feature of solo improvised performances: Andy Eninger in Sybil and Adrianne Frost in Zero to Life. SYBIL is a critically acclaimed, . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 23, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      Symphony Pastorale/Fugue Series
    A versatile ensemble takes the music of life and turns it inside out! From quick-change comic souffl set in a museum to the rhythms of a mans life performed to conductors . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Feb. 9, 2002

      Syndrome
    SYNDROME is a play about a man who is "perfectly normal" — except for his Tourette Syndrome, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Synesthesia
    Two unexplained deaths. A titanic struggle between a detective desperate to find a suspect and a witness who has her own mysterious reasons to conceal what she knows. This unique . . . (more)



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